After spending long periods of time outside, I often find myself asking what takes me out there in the first place. What is it that keeps me coming back and putting myself through things like never-ending hikes and skin tracks? Mathieu le Lay’s short film answers that question beautifully: a sense of wonder. It tells the story of a lone adventurer deep in the Dolomites who finds himself feeling extra small. Stunning cinematography and an inspiring message make this a joy to watch.
Climbing history was made this June when 31-year-old pro climber Alex Honnold completed the first free solo of Yosemite’s El Capitan, scaling over a half mile of vertical rock without a rope. The completely unbelievable feat set both the outdoor and mainstream world on fire so much so that Alex Honnold went on Jimmy Kimmel to talk about the climb. Normally I like Jimmy Kimmel's line of question, but it's annoying/slightly entertaining to have the world's best climber answer silly questions
This mini documentary from our friends at The Inertia examines three different van life stories. The first showcases Max King, an 18-year-old, who just built his first van, a 1996 Ford Econoline into a home on wheels. He is early on his van life journey but seems ready for the challenge. The next is a family who has embraced life on the road. The Goodwins are the Wild Thornberrys of Austrailia, taking their two children on each and every adventures. The last character is the patriarch of
(the original, not the super disappointing sequel) is one of the most fun action movies you can watch. The movie that is so quotable, saying any line from it is guaranteed to bring a laugh and chuckle from those around you, "Utah get me two." It was one of the first acting roles for Keanu Reeves and first directing gigs for Kathryn Bigelow. Kathryn has gone on to win an Oscar for Best Director for her work on and Keanu has had a successful career in his own right. Here Keanu reflects on the